Collection by Lars Holmström

Lars Holmström
salmon berries, a woodland treat Moon Garden, Dream Garden, Berry, Celtic Tree, Variety Of Fruits, Trees And Shrubs, Shade Garden, Native Plants, Herb Garden

Berry Lands, the sweetness of summer recounted.

When you live in an area as verdant as I do, it's easy to keep the calendar by when plants come into bloom and when it is time to harvest all the bounty that surrounds us. Since living here in the Pacific Northwest, I've learned that dandelions flush in May, foxgloves bloom in mid June and…

1958 Leaves and Fruits of the Stone Bramble Vintage Offset Lithograph to Frame Vintage Botanical Prints, Botanical Art, Vintage Prints, Botany Illustration, Illustration Botanique, Antique Maps, Antique Prints, Bramble, Leaf Prints

1960 Vintage Botanical Print, Rubus saxatilis, Stone Bramble, Botany Illustration, Home Wall Decor, Steinbeere, Wild Berry Print, Leaf Print

Vintage Botanical Print, Rubus saxatilis, stone bramble, Lithograph Print. Botany Illustration published in 1960, beautifully detailed, brilliantly colored, perfect for framing. Condition: very good. Original print! Technique: Offset Lithography. Paper size approx 10.6" x 7.5"inches (27 x 19 cm) including border. Origin: Hamburg, Germany. Scientific description (in German) printed on the reverse. Please look at the pictures carefully, read the description of each item and examine the…

Åkerbär, Rubus arcticus - Blomväxter - NatureGate Blackberry, Raspberry, Weird Plants, Fungi, Ferns, Perennials, Wild Flowers, Woodland, Natural Beauty

Åkerbär, Rubus arcticus - Blomväxter - NatureGate

Åkerbär, Rubus arcticus - Blomväxter - NatureGate

131564 Rubus caesius L. / Lindman, C., Bilder ur Nordens Flora, vol. Vintage Botanical Prints, Botanical Drawings, Antique Prints, Botanical Art, Science Illustration, Plant Illustration, Plant Pictures, Old Pictures, Plant Leaves

Rubus caesius

131564 Rubus caesius L. / Lindman, C.A.M., Bilder ur Nordens Flora, vol. 2: t. 308 (1922-1926)

3 Triple Crown Thornless Blackberry Plants-Produce Sweet Berries-Zones: In inch plugs Mulberry Bush, Mulberry Tree, Thornless Blackberries, Blackberry Plants, Amaryllis Bulbs, Plant Projects, Grow Kit, Wild Edibles

The Wild Garden: Hansen's Northwest Native Plant Database

Pacific Blackberry (Rubus ursinus), Pacific northwest native shrub

Hjortron, Rubus chamaemorus - Blomväxter - NatureGate Flora And Fauna, Botany, Rose, Flowers, Plants, Tattoo Ideas, Random, Pink, Roses

Hjortron, Rubus chamaemorus - Blomväxter - NatureGate

Hjortron, Rubus chamaemorus - Blomväxter - NatureGate

Rubus Caesius/ European Dewberry Blackberry, Raspberry, Fruit, Live, Happy, The Fruit, Blackberries, Ser Feliz, Raspberries


Mõnikord kukub pedaal küljest; mõnikord ei pea pidurid. Mõnikord ( või siiski, enamasti) löövad emotsioonid silme eest värviliseks. Sellele vaatamata saab peaaegu kõigega sõita. Peaaegu alati. Sõidame!

RUBUS IDAEUS 'AUREUS' from Secret Garden Growers Golden Leaves, Raves, Creepers, Shrubs, White Flowers, Garden, Plants, Climbing Vines, Shade Shrubs


(GOLDEN LEAF RASBERRY CREEPER) This suckering shrub with glowing bright yellow foliage makes sparkling ground cover in sun to part shade. White flowers May to June, rarely produces edible fruit. Thrives in organic, acidic, well drained soils but tolerates most conditions. Some summer moisture keeps it looking its best. 1-2� tall and spreading�deciduous. USDA Z5 3� pot

Blackberries Native to Central Florida Central Florida, Blackberry, Magenta, Nativity, Berries, Bloom, Gardens, Herbs, Fruit

Blackberries Native to Central Florida

There are three species of blackberry that are native to central Florida and grow wild throughout the area. All have delicious berries for humans and wildlife. Our native Florida blackberries are maintenance free, have beautiful blooms, provide food for a variety of wildlife and also provide shelter for those wildlife. In central Florida our three native blackberries are Rubus cuneifolius (sand blackberry), Rubus pensilvanicus (sawtooth blackberry) and Rubus trivialis (southern…